No bail to accused in Udumalpet murder case

Published: 10th May 2016 05:03 AM  |   Last Updated: 10th May 2016 05:03 AM   |  A+A-

The father, mother and a close relative of an upper caste girl, who  allegedly brutally murdered a Dalit boy, with whom the girl had eloped, were denied bail by the Madras High Court.

Rejecting their plea, vacation judge P Kalaiyarasan said that considering the possibility of the accused repeating similar offences and the fact that their release on bail will have its own impact on society, where there are divisions and caste clashes and the possibility of their  tampering with the evidence, this court is of the view that it is not conducive to enlarge them on bail.

Kausalya, a major, belonging to the Thevar community, fell in love with Sankar, a Dalit. The duo eloped and began living in Udumalpet. The girl’s father Chinnasamy, mother Annalakshmi and three other relatives, who were hell bent on revenge, traced the couple to Udumalpet and brutally attacked them.

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